Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Meh. That's today's weather message--a day that is just kind of...there. Don't get me wrong, it's a decent winter day staring you in the face with partly sunny skies and seasonal temps--low 40s. More melting. those clouds that you see are tied to another storm that is trying its best to put frowns on our faces. It won't succeed.
The reason being is for high pressure here in New England that will be slow to budge and that will force the storm to find another way---a path much farther south than the Blizzard took. Yay. With that said, some patchy light snow/flurries will arrive around 11pm tonight along 7 especially south of the MA Pike & linger for the rest of the night. A coating at most in the metro to perhaps as much as 2" out on Cape Cod (check out the *special* map in our maps section). Couple of slick spots likely on the South Shore late tonight & early tomorrow morning.
After 8am tomorrow, skies clear from this "storm" and we see another decent winter day with afternoon temps in the low 40s. One might even say....just lovely tomorrow. Friday will be a fun day as we see temps go to work and reach the upper 40s by afternoon with a mix of sun & clouds. The weekend is looking dry at this time (no storm) and a cold blast heading in with Saturday temps in the upper 30s but high temps on Sunday only in the upper 20s!